My hope is that everyone had a peaceful and happy Christmas holiday (or any other holiday that is celebrated at this time of year).
With most of the children out of the house, we are trying to make some new holiday traditions--and also fit things around everyone's schedule. So we decided to have a late supper after the Christmas Eve service. It's a little late for me to eat and I'm not sure if we'll try that again, but it was fun.
I decided to knit fingerless gloves for all the girls. This, in spite of not liking to knit or having kniited anything in a very long time. I think I started knitting right around Thanksgiving. The last pair was sewn together this morning. They turned out quite nicely and I'm going to make myself a pair before I forget the pattern...(pictures will be posted later).
And I had to make some jewelry for a Christmas present.
I was especially entertained by how well the dog hair shows up in the pictures even though I very carefully picked it all off before I started to take pictures--at least I thought I had.
Today I picked up my daughter's knitting loom and started to knit a hat to match the fingerless gloves. Loom knitting is quite entertaining. Someone took the concept of spool knitting and expanded it, so that instead of some useless rope, you actually can knit something that can be turned into a wearable item. I must say it is quite a bit faster than "normal" knitting. There are some slippers in her instruction book that I want to try soon.